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The ‘middle men’ of knowledge

Researchers developing lighter materials and new catalysts are collaborating with UK companies to revolutionise our homes, cars and planes – but, says John Conti-Ramsden, we can’t rest on our laurels; we must keep up the pace of technology transfer. And who better to facilitate than t

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Stan Golunski: Sustaining catalytic collaborations

Stan Golunski is a professor of catalysis and deputy director of the Cardiff Catalysis Institute. His research is in areas of heterogeneous catalysis that can be applied both synthetically and for environmental control.  Read more        

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NXP acquire SENSEG

Eindhoven, Netherlands and Helsinki, Finland, April 9, 2014 – NXP Semiconductors N.V. (NASDAQ: NXPI) today announced its investment in Senseg, the leader in next-generation spatial haptic feedback technology. The investment is part of NXP’s drive to lead in new user interface te

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The future of feedstocks

Renewable chemistry research has traditionally focused on finding alternatives to petrochemical-based fuels. But oil produces far more than just fuel. The modern world is both built from and powered by oil and interest is now shifting more to finding alternative sources for the range

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Designing materials from the molecule up

Designing materials from the molecule up Published   by Jane Gray Technology and Innovation, Research and Development Encouraging the development of advanced materials will bring benefits to the developer, to manufacturers who incorporate them, to end users, and to the economy as a wh

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The £70m ground-breaking scheme brings industry and academia together in a consortium made up of major glass manufacturers and universities, including Pilkington Glass, British Glass, and the Universities of Liverpool and Leeds - with the aim of putting the UK at the forefront of global glass manufacturing. In early 2018 St Helens was announced as…

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